Alesis LineLink Dual 1/4" to USB Cable InterfaceProduct #580882 Alesis 580882 LKOF Digital Cables https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
Lets you record your mixer, keyboard, sampler, or drum machine in stereo to your computer.
LineLink makes it easy to direct-connect nearly any mixers, keyboard, sampler, sequencer, drum machine, or other stereo, line-level audio source to USB for stereo recording.
The AudioLink Series USB-audio cable outputs studio quality stereo, 16-bit, 44.1 kHz digital audio thanks to its internal analog-to-digital conversion system. LineLink connects plug-and-play to your Mac or PC for an all-in-one USB audio solution.
- Connect mixers, keyboards, samplers, sequencers, drum machines, or stereo, line-level audio source to USB for stereo recording
- Stereo, 16-bit, 44.1 kHz digital audio output
- Internal analog-to-digital conversion system
- Plug-and-play connection for Mac and PC
- 6.56-foot length (2m)
- Compatible with most Mac and Windows (32-bit) class-compliant drivers and software
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Comments about Alesis LineLink Dual 1/4" to USB Cable Interface:
I recently purchased an Alesis LineLink in order to record my sound mix from a small Peavey 8 channel desktop mixer. I sometimes have problems getting my audio software to recognize the signal (Audacity), even after manually changing the signal source on Windows XP's system volume and in Audacity itself. Other programs I tried it with have a similar problem. Once I manage to get the signal working, one of the two wires seems to carry considerably more noise. To make sure it wasn't a problem with my mixer, I also used it with my Casio WK keyboard's stereo line out and had the same problem. Sometimes unplugging and reinserting the 1/4 in. plug fixes the problem, sometimes it doesn't. Once you can finally get it to work, it works great, but every time you plug it in be prepared to take anywhere from 10 minutes to half an hour to get it to work (and that's if you're above proficient when using a computer). I may have to go back to my old method of using a 1/4 in. plug to 1/8 in. plug cable to connect my mixer to my computer's mic-in port.